roll of honor


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roll of honor

1. A list of names of soldiers or police officers who died, especially during active duty. It's humbling to see the great roll of honor stretch around the block. To think that so many sacrificed their lives to protect our country.
2. A list of names of people who are honored for their deeds or accomplishments. The brilliant mathematician is being added to the country's roll of honor of people who had the greatest impact upon modern life.
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roll of honour

1 a list of those who have died in battle. 2 a list of people whose deeds or achievements, typically in sport, are honoured.
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Too learn more about the Roll of Honor and view the book-in-progress, visit www.
To nominate an individual for inclusion on the ACEI Roll of Honor, please submit the following to ACEI Headquarters: a letter of intent, a completed recommendation form that includes a brief outline of the individual's services to children, a photograph for publication in the ACEI Exchange, and the individual's biography.
Witt was inducted into the Enlisted Combat Aircrew Roll of Honor aboard the Yorktown (CV 10) museum at Patriots Point, S.
Kwapil Memorial Award for major achievement to Sandra Kimberley Hall, former library director, Arizona Daily Star, Tucson; the Agnes Henebry Roll of Honor Award to Robert H.
Broderick is the recipient of the 1998 Freedom to Read Foundation Roll of Honor Award, which recognizes the unwavering support of intellectual freedom and the freedom to read and opposition to censorship.
Ruth Page and Maria Tallchief are merely two of the names inscribed on Chicago's roll of honor commemorating choreographic institutions that have come and gone, or at least floundered.